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Fiat Chrysler Settles Diesel Suit for $110M

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV will pay $110 million to settle a lawsuit that it misled U.S. investors over excess diesel emissions and failed to comply with federal safety regulations.

FedEx Improves Fuel Efficiency by 2.9%

FedEx Express improved fuel efficiency by 2.9% in fiscal year 2017 and has moved closer to meeting its corporate goal of a 50% increase by 2025 over 2005 levels, the company reported in its annual sustainability report.

Voters Turn Away Fuel, Energy Taxes in Several States

Voters in Missouri, Utah, and Washington rejected state ballot measures on Tuesday that would have added new taxes on fuel or energy use by fleet vehicles, while California voters elected to keep increased fuel taxes in place to fund the state's infrastructure.

Final VW Diesel Modification Approved

Volkswagen has gained approval from air regulators of the final modification plan for the remaining vehicles that contain software designed to defeat emissions tests, the California Air Resources Board has announced.

German Cities Can Ban Diesel Vehicles

The Federal Administrative Court in Leipzig, Germany, said Stuttgart and Düsseldorf could ban older, more pollutant diesel cars in a ruling that would allow the cities authority to implement limited bans that would prevent some cars from driving into the city center.